A group of well-endowed women decide to use their “assets” to get ahead in the business world.
From a Wood story, James Rogers’ creaky screenplay deals episodically with industrial espionage and now-primitive methods of aural and visual surveillance. The grilling of a suspect by a way-elderly FBI type lieutenant with a penchant for straying from the subject is so tedious one can well imagine many a trip to the concession stand between the girls’ scenes.
All four of the models are terrific, with Michi Tani suitably exotic, ring leader of the “baddies” Janice Kelly quite alluring, and a real find in unknown Norma Mimosa, who is object of attention in a classic LSD-trip body painting segment. Mimosa suggests the 1967 version of recent heartthrob Ryli Morgan, with a girl-next-door visage and perfect nipple cones. With these ultra-busty actresses the fans got more than their money’s worth.